Laserlyte Goes Full Upgraded Predator With Their New Weapon Laser

Predator only had 3 beams… Laserlyte has 9:

Pretty cool how just because of the way the beam is split, the dot pattern tightens and opens up depending on distance to target just like the spread of a shotgun.

Available over at Laserlyte.  The Green laser version is $285 (Actually cheaper on Amazon – $250) and the Red laser version will be available in 2 months for $150 and will fit pistols and long guns.

Oh yeeaaaaaahhh.

Thoughts?  How many of you guys are going to pick one of these up? Pretty decent idea for home defense I would imagine, except all that light could might ruin your night vision.

Hat tip: Kim


21 responses to “Laserlyte Goes Full Upgraded Predator With Their New Weapon Laser”

  1. very nice. cool concept. However, I have never used, nor will I ever use a laser on any of my weapons…

  2. Occasionally I like to paint myself purple, upon doing so, I dig a hole in my backyard and put myself in it, pretending that I’m an eggplant.

    P.S. Holy shit this laser thing is cool. I so WANT.

  3. nikonmikon Avatar

    This is pretty badass. He speaks the truth about green too. Our eyes are like twice as sensitive to green as red and blue.

  4. I’m not sold. It looks like there’s just more dots to draw your attention and could possibly complicate things. In the light he was demonstrating the laser in, the center dot isn’t a big enough difference compared to the outer dots, which while watching the video was distracting to me trying to find center. Neat idea, but I’ll stay with the K.I.S.S. concept.

    1. Just what I was thinking. One dot at the centre of the pattern is fine. The pattern is what it is: centring it is what counts. the other dots are just a distraction.

    2. FlynnCastle Avatar

      Doesn’t look like it’s got the right spread either. Looks a little big for how close he was at the end.

  5. if it doesn’t go around the barrel, whats the point?

  6. Good concept. I have a green laser on my shotgun already. Because of the rail space needed on the forened grip it is mounted on the side. Otherwise the pump would be inconvenient to do naturally and without thought.

    So I’m giving it a B.

  7. Ive been using green lasers on weapons and such since Iraq 03 and they work much more then red lasers.

    1. “work much more effectively” is what i was getting at

  8. enfieldem2 Avatar

    Dot someone with one of these, then work the pump action shotgun it’s attached to, think that would be the most terrifying thing ever? At least that a civillian would have easy access to, I imagine letting fly with an MLRS would be scarier.

  9. Steve D. Avatar

    Would be useful if you could adjust the spread angle – to match the POI variation of your own handgun, rifle, shotgun or shotgun w/choke, as they would vary greatly.

    Also, I was hoping it would be a complete circle with a dot in the center, instead of 9 tiny dots.

    For a shotgun a simple laser with a focus adjustment would be better – ideally with an amplifier that boosts the power as you enlarge the dot size. Maybe I should’ve kept my mouth shut and patented that idea… well, if you’re going to manufacture my concept, please remember me and send a couple my way.

  10. So for the kids who like lasers and want to stalk badguys in their home at night with nine bright laser dots ready to ‘paint’ badguys with them before they cock their shotguns (to give away their position) to send them running, and assuming they’ll have all kinds of time and some mysterious way of identifying said badguys before giving another warning ‘cock’ sound and ultimately shooting someone in their house…this is the way to go! For others, I think a weapon light properly employed is the way to go. But that’s just me, but then I’m no ninja.

  11. Leonidas906 Avatar

    Uh, no. First off the “tactical” coach gun is useless unless your in a western 3 gun competition, I don’t want to have to reload any gun after 2 rounds. As for the sight, just another shiny object to take the shooter further away from basic shooting principals.

  12. i think the 9 dot version is for 00 buck, i am waiting for the one for 7 1/2 target loads

  13. DylonSharp Avatar

    Long time lurker, first time poster. I was wondering if anyone knew what was the brand and make of the shotgun he was using in the video.


    1. enfieldem2 Avatar

      Stoger double defense, made in turkey, looks cool but I wouldn’t recommend it unless one was to SBS it into an absurd 12 gauge pistol or if you are shooting zombie pheasants. Most gun shops either have them, or can easily order them, at least the shops near me do. I think the price range runs in the 250-280 range.

      The shotgun I always recommend though is the Benelli Nova and supernova.

      1. DylonSharp Avatar

        Thanks for the answer and the tips enfildem2! Much appreciated =)

  14. I want one of these so I can never have any use for it.

  15. Crunkleross Avatar

    The best way to run your battery down 9 times faster.

  16. SittingDown Avatar

    IR lasers only. Please.